French officials have angered the British government by tabling new regulations to harmonise investment and employment taxes for discussion at next month’s European Union summit in Nice. The move, less than three weeks before the meeting, added weight to Tory claims that the summit would be a major step towards tax harmonisation. The proposals include plans to harmonise employment taxes and provide new regulations to corporate tax regimes.
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